Places Faces and Spaces

Thu 05 Jul 2018 - Sat 25 Aug 2018
Lindo Khandela

New Art Projects is delighted to present:

Faces Places and Spaces: New Painting made in the UK selected with and including new works by Hedley Roberts


Exhibition open: Friday 6th July – Saturday  25th August 2018.

Kate Bickmore Gemma Browne James Crowther  David Edmond  Bry Ford  Kate Halsall  Fergus Hare  Isabelle Hayman  Florence Hutchings  Lindo Khandela  Galina Munroe  Paige Perkins  Karolina Ptaszkowska  Rob Reed  Tamsin Relly  Hedley Roberts  Danny Romeril  Zowie Roxanne Lucy Smallbone  Avis Underwood  

For this fresh and current exhibition, New Art Projects propose a new look and investigation into contemporary painting being made in the UK today. This exhibition brings together a selection of works suggested by Hedley Roberts. He has chosen UK based artistic talent from a variety of national and independent art schools to show alongside his own work. Since graduating from the Royal College of Arts, alongside his own practice, Roberts has been a tutor of contemporary art for many years and is currently Head of the School of Art & Design at the University of Bedfordshire. Primarily drawing on his experiences as a painter this show explores portraiture, identity politics, race, gender, the contemporary landscape, realism, abstraction and still life. A spectacular range of new works by hotly tipped artists.

Notes for editors:

Hedley Roberts lives and works in Margate.


He is a graduate of Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art and the Royal College of Art MA Fine Art Printmaking, and also has a Doctorate in Fine Art from the University of East London. He has been a Royal College of Art Fine Art Fellow and a Stanley Picker Fellow at Kingston University. He has worked for 20 years in Higher Education and until recently was head of Art & Design at the University of East London. He currently Head of the School of Art & Design at the University of Bedfordshire. He runs a number of artists residency projects, including ‘Directional Forces’ which hastaken place in Germany, Serbia, Italy and Greece and involved over 60 artists since 2011.


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